Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li
Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong man tells court he left infant daughter unattended to ‘scare’ wife, but never intended for child to die

  • Cheung Ying-fai, whose wife left for the mainland unannounced, said he was ‘so angry’ he wanted to ‘copy’ her actions to teach her a lesson
  • But the 42-year-old misestimated when his spouse would return, he told the court, leading to the baby being left alone for 37 hours before her body was discovered

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li
Cheung Ying-fai, 42, told Hong Kong’s High Court he left his infant daughter alone to teach his wife a lesson. Photo: Warton Li
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